Mar 17 Posted 2 years ago
Great post. I've actually noticed the startup AMA activity on Reddit is a bit thinner than say the celeb AMA's or CEO's of giant companies.
Full disclosure: I'm the founder and CEO of Yabbly. We're primarily focused on startup related AMA's. We're always looking for great startup hosts and recently have had folks like the former general counsel of Facebook, an early investor in Fab, a partner at Wilson Sonsini, and many others. Feel free to check it out at www.yabbly.com or email me at tom (at) yabbly (dot) com.
Mar 13 Posted 2 years ago
Great article. I think the best approach is not to do an AMA as a start-up unless you are requested to do so by the Reddit community. It's best to be summoned upon to do an AMA, rather than to try and arrange it on your own.
If you're doing an AMA solely for the purpose of marketing your company or promoting it than it would be best not to do the AMA at all.
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